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This text records the debates among New Zealanders as to whether Maori should be compensated for past wrongs or treated differently from Pakeha because they are worse off in the land they came to first. It considers the claims of ethnicity and tribalism in a modern, liberal state, and examines justice in the distribution of authority and property in general. It is at once a history book, and a book on the philosophy of identity, sovereignty and justice.